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Best Melbourne Victory podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Melbourne Victory podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Garry & Tim will deliver more analysis and insights on the stories that matter the most to the Melbourne audience. The benchmark when it comes to football experience, Garry and Tim's expertise and insight sets the agenda each morning as they bring Melbourne the biggest names in both the AFL and sporting landscape.
Join Patrick, Frostie, Cam, Dave and Ella as they discuss Wellington Phoenix FC's plight in the Hyundai A-League, as well as everything in New Zealand football. Support us on Patreon and receive exclusive bonus discussions at
Daniel Harford and Adam White host RSN’s Sport and Racing Breakfast Show. Get the inside word from the athletes themselves as the biggest names from AFL, Racing, Cricket, Basketball, Soccer and Tennis in the country join the Breakfast Club. Adam Ramanauskas, Jimmy Bartel, Sharelle McMahon & Brad Johnson join Harf and Whitey each morning.
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The Breakfast Club with Daniel Harford, Adam White and Sharelle McMahon. On the show today, Australian Long Distance Runner Luke Matthews, Melbourne Victory Coach Grant Brebner, Hawthorn Legend Jarryd Roughead, Macarthur FC recruit Mark Milligan, and Hawthorn wingman Isaac Smith in the Inner Sanctum.…
The Breakfast Club with Daniel Harford and Adam White. On the show today, NBL CEO Jeremy Loeliger, Coaches Corner with Rodney Eade, BBL Consultant Trent Woodhill, Melbourne Defender Jake Lever, Northern Bullants Coach Josh Fraser, Collingwood Netball Coach Rob Wright, and Australian Golfer Gabi Ruffels.…
The Magpies have fallen short in their opening 2 Super Netball games in this compact season, they return to the court today, a quick turnaround from their round 3 match, Rob Wright; Coach of Collingwood Super Netball joined the Breakfast ClubBy RSN - Racing and Sport
The 138-year-old VFA/VFL club said it would have to close the doors when Carlton cut ties with it in March, but it is fighting to return to the field as a stand-alone entity in 2021. Josh Fraser; Coach of the Northern Bullants joined the Breakfast ClubBy RSN - Racing and Sport
The Demons continued their winning ways on the weekend, without captain Max Gawn and vice-captain Jack Viney, the Dees have a few days off before facing Collingwood on Saturday at the Gabba with a spot in the top 8 on the line. Jake Lever; Melbourne Defender joined the Breakfast Club.By RSN - Racing and Sport
The NBL has announced the establishment of the NBL Return to Competition Taskforce as it prepares for 2020-21 Hungry Jack’s NBL Season. The Taskforce will work closely with the NBL’s Clubs, the Australian Basketball Players’ Association and other key stakeholders on the planning and operation of the season…
The Brisbane Lions are sitting 2nd on the AFL table coming off a 24 point win over the Bulldogs, and are sitting themselves to host the Kangaroos in Round 12. Lachie Neale is currently the Brownlow Medal favourite after another 36 disposals on the weekendBy RSN - Racing and Sport
The Breakfast Club with Daniel Harford, Adam White and Adam Ramanauskas. On the show today, Matilda's Goalkeeper Lydia Williams, The Friday Form with Deane Lester and the TAB's Nick Quinn, Australian Swimmer Mack Horton, Channel 9's Chief NRL Reporter Danny Weidler, and Brent Harvey with the Friday Footy Preview.…
Rabbitohs coach Wayne Bennett and Dragons prop Paul Vaughan have both been stood down for 14 days after breaking the NRL's COVID-19 biosecurity protocols. The NRL said the decision was made to put Bennett and Vaughan on a 14-day 'COVID hold' after they contravened NRL biosecurity protocols by dining seperately at restaurants.…
The Australian invasion at Arsenal has continued with Matildas goalkeeper Lydia Williams signing a one-year deal with the famous London club. Williams – 32 years old and the long-time undisputed Matildas No.1 – will join Australian teammates Caitlin Foord and Steph Catley at the Gunners, who are coached by Australian Joe Montemurro.…
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